I regret nothing
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When my students don’t do their assignment:
The awkward moment when I am walking into the classroom
Their faces when i’m correcting the tests:
When a student thinks she/he is the best and confronts me:
When I should accept their comments.
Outside i’m like:
Marijuana Laws in Canada Ruled Unconstitutional
In a case with wide-ranging implications, an Ontario Superior Court judge struck down Canada’s laws prohibiting the possession and production of marijuana on Tuesday, giving the federal government 90 days to fix the country’s medical marijuana program before the ruling comes into effect and effectively legalizes cannabis.
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Caitlin texted me this. She’s at the bookstore. AIDS LAW: In a nutshell.
- The world is more complicated than most of our theories make it out to be.
- Ignorance is no excuse.
- Never decide to buy something while listening to the salesman.
- Information that is true meets a great many different tests very well.
- Most problems have either many answers or no answer. Only a few problems have a single answer.
- An answer may be wrong, right , both, or neither. Most answers are partly right and partly wrong.
- A chain of reasoning is no stronger than its weakest link.
- A statement may be true independently of illogical reasoning.
- Most general statements are false, including this one.
- An exception TESTS a rule; it never proves it.
- The moment you have worked out an answer, start checking it -it probably isn’t right.
- If there is an opportunity to make a mistake, sooner or later the mistake will be made.
- Being sure mistakes will occur is a good frame of mind for catching them.
- Check the answer you have worked out once more before you tell it to anybody.
- Estimating a figure may be enough to catch an error.
- Figures calculated in a rush are very hot; they should be allowed to cool off a little before being used; thus we will have a reasonable time to think about the figures and catch mistakes.
- A great many problems do not have accurate answers, but do have approximate answers, from which sensible decisions can be mad